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Robert H. Boh, who led the construction company founded by his father and uncle in an era when the firm helped build the Superdome and... [Read More]
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Rip Naquin, whose same-sex domestic partnership was the first in New Orleans when it was registered in 1993, died Tuesday at Chateau de Notre Dame... [Read More]
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Jane Caffrey Favrot, a leader in New Orleans society and style, died Sunday. She was 88. [Read More]
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J. Kenneth Leithman, a core member of the group of "Young Turks" who modernized the operations of the Louisiana House of Representatives in the early... [Read More]
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Samuel DuBois Cook, who was president of Dillard University from 1974 to 1997, died Monday. He was 88. [Read More]
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Joseph Edward Berrigan Jr., a lawyer who served with numerous New Orleans city agencies and committees, died May 12. He was 84. [Read More]
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John Robert "Jack" Mueller, who taught poetry and sailing in New Orleans before gaining prominence among the post-Beat poets in the San Francisco Bay area,... [Read More]
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New Orleans author and historian Christina Vella died Wednesday of cancer. She was 65. [Read More]
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Robert George Evans Jr., a businessman and education reformer, died of pancreatic cancer on March 16. He was 62. [Read More]
Joseph Roy Allen Sr., who shared his love of Mardi Gras as a float builder and expert in parade logistics, died March 10. He was... [Read More]
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